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3 Ways to Manage a Huge Cast of Characters - Helping Writers Become Authors

So … you’ve got this marvelous but large cast of characters populating your story. Here is how to keep your readers from being confused and unable to follow the story. 37 more words



We ALL know the problem with plotting is that it can be SO BORING. My plotting up until a couple of years ago consisted of some hastily typed notes at the beginning of my manuscripts. 532 more words


Sunday Summary: Starting New

I mentioned on Wednesday that I’d finished the first draft of In the Moonlight(after about nine months of working on it). So, that meant I had a slot open for another of my standalone ideas. 1,382 more words


Diary #7: My beta readers got mail!

Hey everybody,

it’s Saturday, time for a new blog post and some news from my end. The last week was busy. I had several appointments, had a writer’s block when I tried to write a new chapter for my blog novel (on my German blog) and was cleaning and tidying up my entire appartment, because my superintendent visited me and I wanted to make a good impression … Phew! 363 more words


Character Week For Characters

Part of becoming a game ranger entails character week. Now Character week is exactly what it is called, a week where you are pushed so incredibly hard that their is no hiding your true character and so inevitably it will come out. 515 more words

Editing: An Iceberg, Not a Marathon

Around the beginning of the month, I typed some words about my plans regarding editing Generic Fantasy, my current work in progress. I could give you a thousand words about how this is going, or I could provide an image, which is meant to have an equivalent value. 642 more words


1st Post - NaNoWriMo follow up

My 1st Post

Welp, this is my first post. Welcome to my new website – now with focus on my writing (previously the site was haphazardly about Software Development). 598 more words